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So, when the news broke yesterday in local media that a text in Vasconic (which, in our ignorance on the topic, we didn't know...
A fantastic video about the San Fermín fiesta made by Navarrese audio-visual director Borja Lezaun starring the Masai
Three portals, one per government administration the Basque Country is divided into, offer access to resources on Basque culture. Our proposal: they should work together
An explanation behind the reasons for why the Basque Community and Navarrese Economic Agreements are a key piece of information to understanding the present and the future of the Basques, as well as being an element of sovereignty
A Euroregion program to train teachers to work in bilingual French/Basque schools in the Northern Basque Country
An over 200-km cycling route joins our country north-to-south, crossing the Pyrenees
An app and a website allow us to see what the Door of the Judgment at Tudela Cathedral would have looked lik 800 years ago
Our English-language editor share his trip to Zangoza (Sangüesa) and Javier Castle
Today, December 3, is the feast day of St. Francis Xavier, as well as the Day of Navarre and the Day of the Basque...
Many of our readers got to enjoy their daily dose of "Tales to Stay at Home" during the quarantine period, all of which were...